Last Bibliography EntriesYuta J Masuda, Lea Fortmann, Mary Kay Gugerty, Marla Smith-Nilson and Joseph Cook, 2014, Pictorial Approaches for Measuring Time Use in Rural Ethiopia, in: Social Indicators Research , Vol. 115 1, 467-482
Esteban Martinez, 2013, A qui bénéficie la flexibilité? (Who Benefits from Flexibility?). , in: La Revue L'Observatoire, Vol. 78 Travail - famille : une question d’équilibre?
Ioannis Leftheriotis and Michail N Giannakos, 2014, Using Social Media for Work: Losing Your Time or Improving Your Work?, in: Computers in Human Behavior , Vol. 31, 134-142
Research Network on Time Use (RNTU)
The new international Research Network on Time Use (RNTU) will support researchers and other persons who are interested in time use considering surveys, methods and results of analyses and explanation of macro- and micro-behavior as well as policy matters.
We offer an information system about time use research which is accessible via the Internet by any interested person. Based on the former RNTU pilot version the new RNTU in addition consists of an in-depth Time Use Bibliography, a reconstructed Time Use Research Safe, a Time Use Information Pool and a Time Use Event Calendar.
The RNTU Time Use Bibliography is a unique worldwide database of time use literature which Prof. Andrew Harvey and his research colleagues have compiled over many years at their TURP project at the St. Mary`s University of Halifax, Canada (www.stmarys.ca/partners/turp). This time use library has now been released to RNTU and will be expanded periodically.
The RNTU Time Use Research Safe provides information about the researcher, their subjects, their databases, methods, results, references, available literature, advice and suggestions. The relational database system behind allows a targeted search for all kinds of specific research information.
The RNTU Time Use Information Pool offers helpful links to time use related journals, institutions as well as databases and their access.
The RNTU Time Use Event Calendar informs about time use connected conferences, workshops, summer schools and related events.
The RNTU Time Use Forum gives users the chance to post or exchange topic-specific information by contacting others. It shall improve the ways of communication and thereby create a global network of in time use interested people. The RNTU Time Use Forum is realized as a group at the social network www.XING.com. After registration and login you will find the RNTU group by searching for “Research Network on Time Use” ( www.xing.com/net/rntu).